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Harbaugh said little on the injuries of TE Vernon Davis and RT Anthony Davis

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: September 29th, 2014 at 5:16 pm EST

The San Francisco 49ers lost tight end Vernon Davis and right tackle Anthony Davie to injuries in their win over the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday. At this time, the team has no official word on their conditions.

Anthony Davis was injured in the second quarter and hurt his left knee. He was injured on a roll up from behind as Colin Kaepernick was being sacked by the Eagles defense.

Vernon Davis (Getty Images)

Vernon Davis (Getty Images)

This Davis was making his season debut following off-season shoulder surgery.

“I’d hate to comment on it right now without anything officially,” 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said. “Like I said, I’d hate to comment on anything before it’s official.”

When pressed on if it is a serious injury, Harbaugh said, “Howe severe, too severe, it’s probably best not to comment on it until some official information.”

Harbaugh did not field any questions on Vernon Davis’ injury. He injured his back on the second play on a 5-yard reception in the third quarter.

On the play, he was tackled awkwardly. After the play, he needed help getting off the field.


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